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Livebearers

Livebearers
Ameca Splendens
Butterfly goodeid
Ameca Splendens
Dermogenys pusillus
Half-beak
Dermogenys pusillus
Girardinus metallicus
Metallic livebearer
Girardinus metallicus
Heterandria formosa
Mosquito fish
Heterandria formosa
Limia melanogaster
Blackbelly Limia
Limia melanogaster
Limia nigrofasciata
Black striped limia
Limia nigrofasciata
Poecilia reticulata
Guppy
Poecilia reticulata
Poecilia sp.
Endlers Livebearer
Poecilia sp.
Poecilia sphenops
Molly
Poecilia sphenops
Xiphophorus helleri
Swordtail
Xiphophorus helleri
Xiphophorus maculatus
Platy
Xiphophorus maculatus







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Fishkeeping Facts and Tips

A shoal of tetras? A well-planted Amazon tank with a large shoal of neon tetras looks amazing. The bright neon blue and red against a green leafy background has got to be one of the best combinations in fishkeeping. It is no wonder that these are one of the most popular aquarium species. But as with all shoaling species, tetras need to be kept in a group to be happy. The larger the better (without overstocking your tank). Six individuals is usually seen as the absolute minimum in a shoal, but more is better. The effect of a large tank with a shoal of 30-40 neon or cardinal tetras is simply stunning


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